Kyle Henderson, left, business manager for Plumbers and Steamfitters Local 184, and union journeyman Mark Lawrence installed plumbing for a shower in the Quintana family's new house on Lydon Road near Paducah last week.
Kyle Henderson, left, business manager for Plumbers and Steamfitters Local 184, and union journeyman Mark Lawrence installed plumbing for a shower in the Quintana family's new house on Lydon Road near Paducah last week. AP
Kyle Henderson, left, business manager for Plumbers and Steamfitters Local 184, and union journeyman Mark Lawrence installed plumbing for a shower in the Quintana family's new house on Lydon Road near Paducah last week. AP

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